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All of the important solo works for guitar of Heitor Villa-Lobos have been assembled into one convenient volume. The music in this collection offers valuable source material and has probably been more studied, performed and recorded than any other guitar compositions of the twentieth century. Titles are: 'Chôros No. 1 (1920)', 'Suite Populaire B...
Designed for intermediate players this collection of etudes for classic guitar includes six etudes in open position, nine in Position II, and five in Position IV. This will aid guitarists in visualizing the first half of the guitar.
The roots of the classical guitar are found in the early string instruments of the Renaissance, and this special collection features 50 solos arranged for solo guitar with tablature. The set of pieces includes music by Thomas Campian, Francis Cutting, John Dowland, Orlando Gibbons, Michael Praetorius and others, with each arrangement presented i...
The purpose of Jazz Mastery is to give the serious student an entry into the creative process as quickly as possible. Presented here is the necessary information, stated clearly and simply as possible, in the hope that motivation and inspiration will soon follow on the heels of comprehension. The responsibility of a teacher lies in getting stude...
Mel Bay is pleased to present the first-ever book focused onmandolinist and "Father of Bluegrass Music" Bill Monroe. Author Joe Carr dissects Monroe's unique approach to the mandolin through analysis of the icon's stylistic nuances, licks and repertoire. Included in the book are transcriptions, new "in the style of" arrangements, chord voicings ...